Neue Slowenische Kunst – Art in the Post-Socialist Age Cover Image

Neue Slowenische Kunst – umetnost u doba postsocijalizma
Neue Slowenische Kunst – Art in the Post-Socialist Age

Author(s): Miško Šuvaković
Subject(s): Cultural history
Published by: J.U. Javna biblioteka »Alija Isaković«, Gradačac
Keywords: Neue Slowenische Kunst; movement NSK; Slovenian arts; model of institution; ideology; interpretation of simptom; theory of arts; Slovenian modern art; Slavoj Žižak (1949-); culture; art and totalitarionism; arts of socialism; realism; retroavant-garde; a

Summary/Abstract: Neue Slowenische Kunst or movement NSK began 1980 and existed until 1990 in Slovenia as „parainstitutional spread of concept and ideology“ represented in rock group Laibach; painting group Irwin; Theatar Sester Scipion Nasice , group OHO, and etc. This arts movement was „pattern of ideology“ and has structure of individual and collective subject with popular icon of socialist realism; Communism and Fascism. The representative of this theory of arts and founder of movement was Slavoj Žižak who has established „Slovenian's Lakanovski theoretical psychoanalisis“ and who made „reinterpretation of Slovenian punk rock culture in high art“. Arts group Irwin was part of movement NSK and was popular with „paintings full of mannirism and eclectism“. Their program aesthetics of painting has three paintings methods and their subjects content works with „traces of art and totalitarionism, nacism, communism and fascism.

  • Issue Year: 2003
  • Issue No: 09-10
  • Page Range: 221-235
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Bosnian